Indirect Hypnotic Therapy

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Publisher: Fideli Publishing

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    In Indirect Hypnotic Therapy the therapist, by his verbal and nonverbal behavior, “guides” the patient into an impasse of behavior and/ or thinking. To escape feelings of confusion and frustration, the patient spontaneously and unknowingly goes into a hypnotic trance. The unconscious mind then takes responsibility for the patient’s behavior and begins to search for a way out to solve the dilemma (10 pp.)

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